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President Rafael Correa is the latest Latin American leader who's grown irritated with America's aid agency.
Journalists in Central and South America face harassment, threats and death from both gangs and government.
Mothballed in the US, the Douglas DC-3 is a workhorse in the Colombian jungle.
Colombians are on high, and not just because of last weekend's gorgeous goal.
Esmeraldas is tiny. It would be like an impoverished North Carolina supplying half of the US national men’s squad.
The government's so-called “name-and-shame” policies, like the creation of a "dirty list," is meant to embarrass offending companies into taking action against labor abuses.
The US backs Colombian coca field fumigation, but here's a host of reasons some say it's another counternarcotics flop, while others say it's actually working.
And also, why he's wrong.
And they might save us all.
Clara Rojas survived six years in prison camps and a jungle C-section. Her extraordinary story doesn't end there.
Drummond Co. helped make Colombia the world's No. 4 coal exporter. But after alleged dirty deeds, now Bogota's punishing the Alabama firm.
Gustavo Petro's extraordinary journey from rebel fighter to legislator to mayor has ended with an unceremonious dismissal — or maybe it's just begun anew. But what will it mean for FARC peace talks?
GlobalPost’s John Otis met South Africa’s anti-apartheid champion in Jamaica in 1991, after a reggae mega tribute ended in murder.
Graffiti rampages and an alleged brothel romp are among Bieber's bad boy exploits enthralling Colombia and Brazil.
Peace talks in Havana hit a major breakthrough, allowing disarmed guerrillas to participate in politics. But many Colombians are skeptical an end to their half-century civil war is near.
Women find nothing gets things done like a ‘crossed-leg’ protest.
The just-released American captive, Afghan war vet Kevin Scott Sutay, was warned not to enter Colombia's guerrilla-ruled jungle. He strolled in alone anyway.
The country's national parks are a sight to behold. But beware guerrilla rebels and land mines.
The Labor Action Plan was supposed to protect workers, but many leaders see "blatant disregard" for labor protections in Colombia.
The FARC rebels have tried to play party politics before — and it ended in murder. Nearly 30 years later, will the guerrillas make a safer swap of guns for ballots?